Neurological diseases and disorders
The result of damage to the brain, spinal column or nerves, caused by illness, injury or genetic process. Many of the precise causes of neurological conditions are either unknown or not well understood.
Some neurological conditions may be life-
Diseases/disorders will cause deterioration over time, affecting a person’s quality of life and their ability to live independently. Some can be life threatening, whilst others cause life-
Many neurological diseases/disorders, even relatively common conditions, are poorly understood and levels of awareness in the public eye are low, or they are ignored, . Also there are a large number of rare conditions which are largely unheard of by many health and social care professionals and the public.
Meet people who have chronic disorders, they may be sitting snugly and securely in their own little world, but do they underestimate the advantages that helped them along the way whilst overestimating their own contributions to their status. They may not be wrong to think that for them there is much more to life than the daily struggle the many other people who have chronic disorders experience. What they do not see (or care to see and understand) is that for others a seriously compromised quality of life has become for them the new norm. Why do we say this? Its because many people who are diagnosed with a chronic disorder are informed by some health professionals in a ill-